where dreams come true in color

59th street bridge, new york cityscapes, new york city photos

So few New Yorkers ever get to see the island of Manhattan from this vantage point with the majestic 59th Street Bridge framing the East River and the most stunning skyline in the world. It’s such a special photo for that reason alone, and distinguishes itself from all the other “New York pictures”. This isn’t just a picture… it’s a true photograph.

This is the sister image of the black & white version ‘where dreams come true’ that you saw earlier, but believe it or not, this is actually a different image. The two photos were taken separately, using the same camera, but taken separately… not just turned black and white in Photoshop. The composition is ever so slightly different, and it keeps the images unique and special. This image was also shot with a Canon 5D Mark III and a Zeiss 35mm 1.4 aperture manual focus lens stopped down to f/11. 30 second exposure time with a remote trigger. Tripod. No retouching or processing. This is straight out of the camera on Faithful color settings.


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